What skills do you need to ice skate -?
Well first of all you need to know how to ice-skate!
not necessarily.... i learned to ice skate first and then i was a pro roller skater. It doesnt really make a difference.
you can get an ice skate at a skate shop like skaters edge>
Degrees, and special reuirements.
Can you ice skate in antartica
To ice skate is patinar.
three inches to safely skate on ice.
4 or more inches of ice for you to ice skate on it.
Yes. You can ice skate in Alaska. You can ice skate on ponds in Alaska because in the winter most if not all the ponds freeze over. So to answer your question, yes you can ice skate in Alaska
ice skates...butt padding (I know from expierience)
you can ice skate on artificial ice anytime or an indoor ice rink if you want outdoor, has to be winter
Not that I know of, but Condolezza Rice did learn to ice skate.
How many people ice skate in California
Strong ankles, strong leg muscles, strong arms, grace, and no fear. Good balance is helpful, too. It also helps to learn the best way to fall in order to minimize injury, because there WILL be falls, especially when first learning to skate.
you cannot ice skate Actually i think you can but i do not think you can ice skate on ponds. hope this helps you!
if they know how to skate...
yes willow can ice skate if you search on youtube willow smith ice skating you will see she can!
anytime when there is ice outside and if it is 4inches or more or people can just go to a place whrer there is ice
Nowhere, he can't ice skate. But he skateBOARDS, he was a the berrics the other day.
yes it is the people from china even skate!! they dont skate on ice maybe but iam sure they'll find way to skate on the ice!!
It would depend on the type of disability a person has as to whether or not they would be able to ice skate. With special equipment, a disabled person would be able to ice skate.
skate like you are glideing on air
skate and play ice hockey
well it depends whether you are rollerskating or ice skating because if your ice-skating you skate in ice rinks or even in the winter on frozen lakes or ponds but if your roller skating you skate in skate parks or in parks or on the path or even the road
If the ice is a solid whitish color with no black spots you should be able to skate on the ice. Step on the ice with one foot to test it!
Sure. You need to bundle up well though.
That'd only be true if you know how to skate. But if you know how to skate, a skate will only slide forward or back, while a shoe is free to slide in all directions.
Adolf Hitler had a morbid fear of snow and ice. He never learned or cared to learn to skate.
it depends. i have been in line skating since i was 7. it is still very hard for me to ice skate. but my friend crysta,who ice skate thinks it is easy to in line skate.
You might be able to forget how to ice skate if you don't skate for like 5 years. But if you haven't skated in a couple years then you probably wouldn't forget
XD these make sense to me, but are so SIMPLE! 1.You have to know to ice skate. 2.You need to be fast in ice skating. 3.You need to be strong to hit the puck.
no no-one can
During the winter you will be able to attend the 'winter festival'. This is held in the town centre when it is winter time. During this festival your sim will be able to ice-skate. You may need to check your seasons settings and adjust them as necessary.
to have fun!
she was influenced by figure skating
in line ice skating is where you skate in a line
Kids in colonial times did not ice skate like people do now a days. Kids did play on the ice but they just slid around on their shoes.
I have ice skates.. because I am a figure skater.. Unless you play ice hockey, figure skate or speed skate there is not really another reason you would own some!
Unsupported ice should be at least 10 centimetres (4 inches); supported ice such as that in artificial rinks can be much less, as little as 1 centimetre (1/2 inch)
if you are some place cold you might be able to skate at an outdoor rink but whens its warm you can skate on rinks that use synthetic ice.